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UK Transport Conference: Tuesday, July 6th London

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  • Wetzel Dave
    Dear Colleague This conference may interest you. 6th July 2004. Financing Transport Infrastructure Through Land Values: Making it Happen CBI Conference Centre,
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 11, 2004
      Dear Colleague

      This conference may interest you.

      6th July 2004. Financing Transport Infrastructure Through Land Values:
      Making it Happen
      CBI Conference Centre, Tottenham Court Road. London. UK.

      A one-day participatory conference examining how transport projects can be
      financed through land values and the wider benefits of changing the tax
      base.

      Dave
      Dave Wetzel; Vice-Chair; Transport for London.
      Windsor House. 42-50 Victoria Street. London. SW1H 0TL. UK
      Tel: 020 7941 4200
      Windsor House is close to New Scotland Yard. Buses 11, 24, 148, 211 and
      N11 pass the door.
      Nearest Tube: St. James's Park Underground station.
      Nearest mainline stations: Waterloo and Victoria (Both a walk or short
      bus ride).



      Speakers

      ¦Chair: Christopher Huhne MEP

      ¦Professor Iain McLean DPhil Professor of Politics and Official

      Fellow Nuffield College Oxford

      ¦Margaret Godden Councillor Oxfordshire County Council and

      Chair LVT Trial Working Group

      ¦Paul Bizzell Councillor Vale of White Horse District Council

      and Member LVT Trial Working Group

      ¦Mark Ballard MSP (Green Party)

      ¦Andrea Titterington Board Member Liverpool Vision and

      former Chief Executive Maritime Housing Association (invited)

      ¦Robin Waters FRICS MBCS Director RSW Geomatics and

      Council Member Association of Geographic Information (AGI)

      ¦Tony Vickers School of Surveying Kingston University

      ¦Jonathan Black Head of GIS Section Vale of White Horse DC

      ¦Robert J I Ashton-Kane FRICS IRRV Valuer

      Rapleys Chartered Surveyors

      ¦Dr Frances Plimmer FRICS IRRV and Greg McGill FRICS School

      of Surveying Kingston University

      ¦Mark Thurstain-Goodwin Director Geofutures

      ¦Stephen Ashworth Partner Denton Wilde Sapte

      ¦Dave Wetzel Vice-Chair Transport for London and Chair

      Labour Land Campaign

      ¦Owen Connellan Visiting Professor Kingston University

      To wards Land

      Value Taxation

      for Local

      2004

      Randolph Hotel, Oxford

      ENDORSED BY:

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      Speakers

      ¦Chair: Christopher Huhne MEP

      ¦Professor Iain McLean DPhil Professor of Politics and Official

      Fellow Nuffield College Oxford

      ¦Margaret Godden Councillor Oxfordshire County Council and

      Chair LVT Trial Working Group

      ¦Paul Bizzell Councillor Vale of White Horse District Council

      and Member LVT Trial Working Group

      ¦Mark Ballard MSP (Green Party)

      ¦Andrea Titterington Board Member Liverpool Vision and

      former Chief Executive Maritime Housing Association (invited)

      ¦Robin Waters FRICS MBCS Director RSW Geomatics and

      Council Member Association of Geographic Information (AGI)

      ¦Tony Vickers School of Surveying Kingston University

      ¦Jonathan Black Head of GIS Section Vale of White Horse DC

      ¦Robert J I Ashton-Kane FRICS IRRV Valuer

      Rapleys Chartered Surveyors

      ¦Dr Frances Plimmer FRICS IRRV and Greg McGill FRICS School

      of Surveying Kingston University

      ¦Mark Thurstain-Goodwin Director Geofutures

      ¦Stephen Ashworth Partner Denton Wilde Sapte

      ¦Dave Wetzel Vice-Chair Transport for London and Chair

      Labour Land Campaign

      ¦Owen Connellan Visiting Professor Kingston University

      To wards Land

      Value Taxation

      for Local

      Government

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      16 th September 2004

      Randolph Hotel, Oxford

      ENDORSED BY:

      A one-day conference examining the practical

      and political issues involved in using LVT to

      finance local government, with evidence from

      the Oxfordshire LVT trial and other studies

      Labour Land

      Campaign

      ne-day conference examining the practical

      and political issues involved in using LVT to

      finance local government, with evidence from

      the Oxfordshire LVT trial and other studies

      Labour Land

      Campaign






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